Curriculum and Instruction

Curriculum, Instruction, Evaluation, and Assessment – A Math Teacher’s Perspective

Self-Assessment and Reflection As an experienced and veteran teacher, it is necessary for me to periodically reflect and re-evaluate my effectiveness as an educator. This should be the case for all teachers! The better I understand my professional strengths and opportunities for growth, the better prepared I am to address the diverse learning styles of …

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Christian Education Curriculum at Home and School

A Christian education curriculum is often used by privately-owned Christian schools or Christian home-schooling programs. Some parents might be interested (and apprehensive at the same time) as to what a Christian curriculum might look like. We took a good look and we’re here to give you our critical analysis of what constitutes primary Christian education …

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Five Good Reasons to Get a Masters Degree in Curriculum and Instruction

A master’s degree in Curriculum & Instruction offers you the chance to learn the latest techniques to improve and enhance student learning. Learning is a lifelong process and for individuals working in traditional as well as non-traditional education and learning fields that want to build up their teaching skills. A master’s degree in Curriculum and …

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